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In many communities around the world, women continue to lack access to quality family planning services that provide the information, counseling and...
Business training for micro- and small-business owners in developing countries is one of the most common forms of active support provided by...
In most places around the world, girls are now just as likely to be enrolled in primary school as boys. This is, however, not the case for girls in...
Violence against women (VAW) is a global epidemic that infringes on the rights of women and girls and has a devastating impact on their lives,...
In recent years, amidst increased awareness that empowering women yields a ‘high return on investment', a growing number of companies have...
In-depth research on gender, power and masculinity and various programmatic efforts to engage men have made it abundantly clear that men and...
Many in the field of the public health and international development hypothesize that strengthening women’s property and inheritance rights (WPIR)...
The International Center for Research on Women’s report, “More Power to Her: How Empowering Girls Can Help End Child Marriage", shows how and why...
Prevention of HIV/STI Risk/Vulnerability Among Married Women Through Integration Within Primary Health Care in India
Worldwide, India ranks third in terms of the number of people live with HIV, affecting 2.1 million people according to recent estimates. Programming...
This two-page policy brief breaks down how the Mexico City Policy, commonly known as the “Global Gag Rule,” denies U.S. family planning funds to any...
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